1 Edison 3 weeks ago This recent documentary surrounding the music coming out of Laurel Canyon, from roughly 1965 to 1970, is now streaming on Netflix. If you subscribe, you should avail yourself. It's a real treat.It's atypical of most music docs in that the film parallels with Jakob Dylan's revisiting some of the music of that place and time. He covers songs by Brian Wilson, The Buffalo Springfield, The Mama's & The Papa's, and it's shown both in the studio and on stage, with guest vocalists.That in itself is a nice homage, as the material they cover is well arranged, and embraced with the subtlety it deserves.But what's really dominant are the accompanying interviews with the luminaries of the time. That really make this film a great watch.Being the prodigal son of Bob Dylan, and a respected musician in his own right, Jakob gets pretty intimate time and revealing interviews with Crosby, Nash, Stills, Roger McGuinn, Michelle Phillips, Jackson Browne, John Sebastian, Lou Adler, Tom Petty, .. all waxing on the times and how special it was for them. Dylan also visits some of the surviving LA landmarks and studios where many of those hits were laid on tape. The icing for some here would be witnessing the love for great guitars all these guys had (and have). Due context is paid to the Ric 12-string, and its contribution via Harrison & McGuinn, but the footage used for this doc (then and now) is still rife with some classics throughout, especially Gretsch hollow bodies.If you get a chance, see this documentary. It's a good companion to 'The Wrecking Crew' doc.